Nuclear – A multi-source music player

Due to galloping inflation, unfortunately, not everyone can afford a Spotify subscription at $16.99 per month (The Spotify Premium Family). Instead of struggling with illegal ways to download music, I suggest you try Nuclear.

This player, with a design close to Spotify and similar to mps-youtube, allows you to search for tracks on different sources such as Bandcamp, Soundcloud, and YouTube. You can view album covers, listen to music, create playlists, and even download it in some cases (especially when it’s on YouTube).

Nuclear is available for Linux, macOS, and Windows. It also offers song lyrics, an equalizer to adjust the sound, and even a visualizer for a little psychedelic moment.

In short, it’s fantastic because you can find all the artists and albums, from the most famous to the most obscure. Nuclear also provides playlists of the moment (similar to Spotify), suggests similar artists, and even has a “madness” mode to let yourself be surprised by the music.

You can download it here.

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Mohamed SAKHRI

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